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|Little Red Rooster|
|Friend Of The Devil|
|Man Smart, Woman Smarter|
|I Need A Miracle->|
|Standing On The Moon->|
|One More Saturday Night|
This is a matrix, done my hansokolow in ProTools, of the following sources:
Dan Healy 2 track pa sbd dat master > Healy cassette (made by Dan for Phil Lesh) > confiscated by Dick Latvala > analog to digital by kingbee using Aoxoa's nak dragon for playback > panasonic sv3800 dat > HHb800> CDR; stemming from Tommy Banjo & MerryPranksterTree, seeded to etree by StoneBear; d2 tracked for 80 min
AUD: shnid, set 1=23220, set 2=28878
Source: fob 30' center(from stage) hand held cmc 4,41 ortf>canare star quad cables>koch power supply > canare star quad cables>koch modified panasonic sv-255 panasonic sv-3700>hhb 830>CD-r>EAC (secure mode)>.wav>Flac Taped and transfered (DAT to Cd-r) Ed Boardman & CD-r>EAC>.wav>Flac by C Evans
(FOB) Soundfield AMS ST250 (Blumlein) -> Nagra D Digital Reel To Reel (20 bit) -> Dat -> Dat Transfer Info: Dat (Sony R500) -> Behringer UltraMatch SRC2000 -> SEK'D Prodif Plus -> Samplitude v7.02 Professional -> SHN Recorded By Jeff Silberman Dat Supplied By JC Mahoney Transferred By Charlie Miller
The SBD has a fair amount of crackle and pops here and there. I fixed some of it. Crowd noise missing oon the SBD between Desolation Row and Birdsong. In set 2 the right and left channels appear to be switched on the AUD, so I reversed them to match the SBD. Quite a lot of separation between R and L on both of these recordings. If you don't mind splitting the nice little segue between Crazy Fingers and Women Are Smarter, you could fit this on two discs. There was a tapeflip gap on the SBD in Space from 4:20 to 4:32. Some track breaks on the SBD needed some space added to match the DAUD, as if a small bit was missing. I tried to smooth over these breaks, but since there's a fair amount of hiss on the SBD, the momentary absence of that hiss makes it noticeable. Both sources had a fadeout during the break before the encore, I there wasn't any overlap, so here the DAUD fades out, and then the SBD fades immediately in, with the DAUD coming back a little later. This is all crowd and tuning, no music is affected.
I saw this show with my dad and step-mom, and my step-mom and I took acid. She had a nice, easy time of it, though she hadn't tripped in maybe twenty years, while I went into it confident, yet had a deep, mind-expanding experience, which was far from easy. My main memory was that at some point during Space, I saw the Goddess in the room, swirling overhead. That's how I remember it, anyway. It was also pretty intense when they played my first Dark Star.